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The Phoenix Pioneer and Boundary Mining Journal Aug 5, 1905

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 ''��.  Boundary Mines Produced $12,500,000 in  value within five years.  \   Legislative library   it-oa  AND   BOUNDARY   MINING JOURNAL.  o   Devoted to the''Interests of the Boundary Mining District  ^  AUG 8-1905    yS '  Phoenix h^He"^ Centre ^; /  and   Lealn^R^n|:  Camp of Boundary >  Vol.. VI.  PHOENIX,   BRITISH COLUMBIA, SATURDAY, AEGUST, 5,   1905.  No. 39.  NEWS OF BOUNDARY  CHICAGOANS SAW  THE PHOENIX MINES  en.  w  *'��l  Headquarters For  Jot Weather Delicacies  Such- as-\  I'M--  ������* ��� '���-. ' ���  E.G. Wickwire has been elected  ^qhpol trustee in. Greenwood in place  of H.-It. Johiisoiij who has moved to  Nelson  ' Mrs, Hector K.eliy,'ragcd 63 years,  sister of Neil.and Peter T. McCallum,  died suddenly of heart failure at Grand  Forks last Friday.  > There is a likelihood of Eholt being served with tlie Bonnington Falls  power, when the new line, now .-being  built, is completed.  It is-expected thar the work- of lay-  Water in Kettle river is now steadily  falling, but it is hoped the Cascade  power plant will be able to serve its  patrons in the upper Boundary till relief is had from the new line from Bonnington, on Kootenay river.  A case at Cascade against B. O.  Boswell, a contractor on the new electric pole line, charged with setting bush  fires and allowing same to spread, was  dismissed by Magistrate Cochrane, of  Grand Forks  Railway construction iaround   Mid-  Betts  Men  t  'ft!  '��i  :\\  m  %i  i  IW  ;xu.\  m  '������ k  *f  \&  s  llfil  i  m  ^wift's'Slimmer Sausage;1- per lb?' 3 cc  ; Ashland.JHsyns Teadji to eat, pe'rlD.  ,-vPickled'Pjgs^eet, per lb. 26c.  ��� -j-unch i^jB^-:jtiii 35c.     y   ���  ; vtiuckei^liij.35  Turkey,-350.  Duck '35'iv  ,,1.^;  25c.  ing the iron on the Midway-Curlew j *"��y seems to have . an j attraction ��� for  extension.of.th^e Great Korthern,. VilU l)��Pze vendors. Another special meet-  be started itext:week^ J5 '  .J;    -     .^'"8  of the   Boundary iCreek license  board, is  called   for Saturday, August  \?x  %l  : ;yAustralian Rabbit, tin 40c. '.,::���' ~~. ������-'���'��� ..-��� ..--���������'  Chipped Dried Beef,-tin 35c'.-''������*'���'���������'���-   ���    :���������������*'  '      -    'Heiriz'l'Ork and Beans Sauce. "' ''     '.";'*  .       "     Celery Sauce 4oc.-bottle. .'.'������"'  vV<'.'  ,*���'"'   Bulk Sweet pickles 35c. quart.  Something New Just In  Batcher & Co.'s Nebula Lemon Squash, 40c. Bottle  Batcher &'Co.'s Persian Sherbet,  40c. tin  These are the latest hot weather drinks, direct from  London, England. .''".-'. . . ... r ,   .._.  ..  Batcher & Co.'s Table Bright Jellies in Glasses, 40c.  ���   Flavors Without Wine: ;. '  Lemon,:Strawberry, Vauilla,  Orange, Noy-.  eau, Calf's Foot.  They" make a delicious and     y  rare Dessert.  - - ;    Fruit Crop is Short  ' If youiintend.^^ing.,upFniit., *  ' ��� ;I I ���:: \} |-'gp.ido%ow. ���'   -; ���      '   ���'���'���,;Get.*oii^.p^iegsffor.''next week'.'.   -,,:  >-��� ���    and^^^Lbuy here. .  "Miss Helen Athtrton,; daughter of  W. ,G. -Gaujice, of Greenwood, was  married to Albert :Markham Brydges  at Seattle; on the asthult. -���>���>  '' DefihiteJ'arrarigements, in the shape  .of a guarantee: have been made by the  '.Greenwood lacrosse team to visit Rossland for a game next Wednesday.  .; Cliristiha'lake is bec"omihj{ more  popular than evtf for fishing and out  ing partjes. If it were.ciosef to Cascade it-would be still more patronized.  ':L.' A, Manly, of Grand Forks,, who  has; beenjhrough all the various booms  in the'Boiihdary, and'' in' a Tew other  places, is; preparing to erect a hotel at  Midway.;;: ���-.   ���  ^Alderman J.J. Caulfield, of Greenwood, has resigned and an election  wasto be held "yesterday  to  fill  the  19th, at Midway, to consider addition  al applications for new- licenses and  transfers.  Mr. Fox, of Fox 8c Ross, Toronto,  has. been in the Boundary lately and  stated that he did not . like the comments made by Boundary and Kootenay. papers. He is. prompting the  King Edward mines, prospects located  near Midway, but which the prospectus leads the unsophisticated to believe  are handy and similar to the Mother  Lode and Granby mines.  Tuesday's night's banquet at Greenwood lo Duncan Ross,,M."P., in recognition of his services at Ottawa in behalf of railway legislation for southern  British Columbia, was^ attended by  about 5c representative citizens of the  place and  also   that -of ex-alderman  district, including"anurnber.fromPhoe-  McNeilL....  ....-���      -.-. - jnix.     It was a felicitousoccasion and  ' Francis J'orrcsitr. Ketcrfum, of the ; in the course of a speech Greenwood's  town of Beaverdell, has been gazetted \ well known editor and politician remarked that he secured all he could  at Ottawa, and did not even refuse the  $r,ooo salary raise that the members  voted themselves.  T*t?E    EtMG    *ST1C>IZE>  t^JEWm <ippn��fn)i|M<'iim*  We have; made arrangements  for a full supply of Fruit for preserving- ' .........  You  will be  safe injfpla��ifig;^  your orders with us for what-' {  ever you intend to preserve.   If  .  ... it is obtainable we wiP   have it. *  We guarntee prices.  Raspberries, Cherries, Peaches,  Plums and Currants are-  coming in plentifully  this week.  Leave us your orders.  deputy mining recorder, for the Green  wood mining division,' with sub-office  at Beaverdell; �����-     ; ;..'.';''  ; Spencer is how headquarters for the  B. C. Telephone Co.'s gang that is rebuilding'-the line from Cascade to  Greenwood Phoenix should be reached in a,bout two weeks. :  G. A Evans, editor' arid proprietor  of the Grand Forks Sun, has coiriplet1  ed preparations .-lor. the;publication of  a weekly at Midway, the rirst issue of  which will soon be out.  J. H."Hodson, the Grand Forks  grocer, who.was burned.out last week,:  is resuming business in a new location..  W.  M. -AVolverton,   who   was burned  'I'he hotel war in Cascade between  J. A. Bertois, who had a. hotel without  a license, and Chas. H. Thomas, who  had a license without a hotel���-the  building being burned in the recent  fire���-was settled this week by Mr.  Bertois buying out the Thomas property, including ranch, livestock -and  license, for a sum stated tq be $3,000  cash. ' The merger of hotel interests  .in Cascade is said to'be no less acceptable to residents of that place than to  the licensing commissioners, to whom  and    Hesperus  Were Here.  Last Tuesday A. B. Cianey, a lumber merchant of Chicago, and a director in the Betts and Hesperus mines,  with his brother, H. P. Cianey, were  visitors in camp, being escorted by T.  H. Rea, manager.of Belts and Hesper  us. The day before they spent in 'looking over the Granby smelter and at  their own properties, about four miles  from Phoenix.  The gentlemen had never been here  before, and to the Pioneer  man   they  stated that they were more than pleased   with   what they- saw in the Boundary, having no idea of the- extent of  the mining operations being carried on  here to wrest the gold, silver and copper  from   mother  earth.     They  are  eminently  satisfied  with the progress  being  made on the Letts and Hesperus, and have every confidence that  it  will   become a  large  producer of  wealth in the course ol -time,  when it  shall have been sufficiently developed.  Messrs. Cianey were on  their  way  to tlie Portland fair, and came up from  Spokane especially to take a  look - 'at  this country generally and  their' own  mines    in    particular.      Wednesday  morning they went through the Granby  mines, and  were surprised at the  magnitude with.- which mining is done  in Phoenix.^  . No -matter  how   much  they  read  about it,   they  could not  realize 'it till they witnessed  for   them-  RAILWAY IP  NORTH FORK  Boundary Mining Notes  Construction Started by Kettle  Valley.  Makes    Three    New  For Boundary.  Lines  selves.  REV. E. C.  W. MacCOLL RESIGNS.  '~~^ by  Will Take   Effect Sept.   I���Accepted  -      Presbytery.  tbe  A pro re nata meeting of the Kootenay Presbytery was held in St. Andrew's 'Presbyterian church, Phoenix,  Thursday evening, to consider the resignation of the pastor,  Rev.   E.   C. , \V.  MacColl.      Rev. J.   R. Robertson, of j merit  aid   until   the provincial house  .Grand   Forks,  'was   moderator,   and   meets early this winter, when  substan-  Rev. T. J. Ferguson, of Nelson,'clerk   tial aid is assured,  pro   tern. .   Rev.   M.   D.   McKee,' of      The route which the new  line  will  Few sections of the  Dominion���or  of the United States, either,   for   that  matter���afe  ever favored by the construction of three independent lines ol  railwa'y at one and the same time; but  that is exactly the condition of affairs  in  the  Boundary today.    The V., V.  & E. Co.   has started  to  build  west  from   Midway, into the long neglected  Similkameen country, and the Midway  & Vernon also began throwing dirt on  the construction of that line from Midway last week  Friday.     Now  comes  the Kettle Valley line shying its castor  into the railway construction ring, as is  evidenced from the following despatch  sent out from Grand Forks last Monday :  Grand Forks, B.C., July 31.���The  Kettle Valley Line railway started  grading on the North Fork extension  of its road this morning. The work is  started about one mile south of the  Kettle Valley Line station, near Nat  Taylor's ranch.  H. W. Warrington, superintendent  m�� rely said : "Yes, we have started  work on the North Fork road."  It has also been learned that the  company's new construction engines  are nearly completed in the Kettle  Valley' Line workshops for use on the  new road and the work will be carried  on by the company   without  govern-  The long tunnel on the   Betts  and  Hesperus is now in over 600 feet.  Granby shares have been quoted  well above $7 in Boston this week.  The Skylark will probably send out  another car of ore early this month.  The owners of the Bay, in Skylark  camp, now that the branch wagon road  has been built, will market a car or  two of their high grade ore.  Boyles Brothers' diamond drill,  whice is being operated for the Granby  Co., is now being run on three shifts,  and is boring -holes on Gold Drop  ground^  Tomorrow the new,  circular   brick ;  stack,'i 50 feet high, will be completed  at the Granby smelter, which   practically finishes the brick work for the improvements now in hand.  The first of ten new ten-ton ore cars, ���>.  manufactured at Paterson, New Jersey,  arrived this week at the Granby mift'es.'  They are similar to those now in use,  with some improvements. .    . .    - .-��,.-. -  Specificaticns and tenders are being --*  prepared for the headworks for the new- .  three compartment shaft to be:sunk.atv;.  the Granby   property-this, fall Tbe^c.  hoist   will   be  electrically .driven,-and^,  probably of 200 horse power, capable-,.'  of lifting a five ton skip from a depth  of i,000 feet. ���!--*���.���.-  out iii Cascade, has also resumed busi-j.^" squabble   has   been anything but  ness. -:    -.'.-:   . ^pleasant.  Fruit Jars all Sizes.  WILL BLOW IN  IN SEPTEMBER  Repairing at Boundary  Falls  Smelter.  Shape.  busy at the Rawhide mine and several  at the Brooklyn and Stemwinder mines  doing general repairs.-  W. C. Thomas, the new smelter  superintendent, after spending severil  days in the ��� Boundary, particularly at  the smelter at Boundary Falls, ordered some changes and repairs to be  made at the works, and these are now  being prosecuted. Mr. Thomas also  left on a brief trip to Utah this week.  r>i       j  ���    1   - Mr. Johnson informed the Pioneer  Mines Also Being   Placed irijthai it wouid probaDlv be some time  in September when the smelter is  blown in once more and steady shipments are resumed from the company's mines in this camp.  M. M. Johnson, chief consulting  engineer of the Dominion Copper Co.,  which recently took over the mines  and smelter of ihe Montreal & Boston  Consolidated, after spending two or  tri'r^e weeks in the Boundary, left on a  trip to Salt Lake City yesterday. Mr.  Johnson, with T. W. Drummond, the  resident manager, has b:en busy in  getting the several mines of the company in shape for a long and steady  season of operations.     A few men are  Latest Prices ia Metals.  Nkw Yobk���Copper, electrolytic, $15.-  57ri@ll5.50; hike, S15.37>��@ 15.25  Bar Silver, 59J��  Lead. M.60 at N 70.  J. J. Warren, managing director of  the White Bear at Rossland, was a visitor in camp last Saturday. It is said  that a merger of the White Bear and  California companies is in the air, the  latter being owned by the Graves-  Miner interests.  Greenwood; Rev. Hamilton, of Eholt,  and Rev. Cameron, of Midway, were  present, besides membersof the church  and congregation.  After considering the matter the  resignation of Mr. MacColl was accepted, to take effect September ist.  Rev. Walter Ross,: of Grand Forks,  was appointed to preach the pulpit of  St. Andrews vacant on the first Sun  day in September and Rev. Robertson  will be moderator.  The Presbytery adjourned to meet  August 1.5th..at Fernie, when church  matters of the Crow's Nest section will  be considered. The regular, semiannual meeting of Kootenay Presbytery will be held at Greenwood some  time in September.  New I. 0. a. T. Officers.  The following were installed as officers of the I.O.G.T. No. 68, of Phoenix, last evening :  C. T., W. Searle; V. T'., Mrs. F.  Knott, S.J.T., Miss S. C. Carr; P.C.  T., W. J. Prendergast; Rec.-Sec, L. J.  Cramer; A.. Sec, Miss S. Hagelund;  F. Sec, J P. McKenzie; Treas., Miss  A. McKenzie; Marshall, J. S. Boyce;  Guard, I). Draisy; Sentinel, W. Wal-  lin; Chaplain, Rev. C. W. Whittaker.  take to the rich camps on the North  Fork wili be from Grand Forks up to  Franklin camp, but spur lines will be  run from the main line to tap good  shipping points.  Mr. Warrington, engineer in chief of  the new line, who made a preliminary  survey some months ago, says that the  proposed route is entirely free from  anything like engineering difficulties,  and it will open up an exceedingly  rich belt of mining and agricultural  country, unsurpassed anywhere in the  province.  The Kettle Valley Line's extension  will be 50 miles in length, and the  estimated cost of construction is $25,-  000 a mile. The company has about  30 men at work on preliminaries and  the force will be increased. It is not  intended to emply a large force while  the work is in the Company's hands,  and this will be till next spring, when  contracts for the grading and other details of construction will be let. It is expected the road will be completed and  in operation about 18 months hence.  MIDWAY & VERNON RAILWAY.  Tweaty  Miles  of  This  New   Llse  Will  Be  Bail! This Year.  It is given out that an   important  feature   of  the announcement of the  commencement  of constructon of the  Midway & Vernon   railway, which has  just been made, is an arrangement by  which   owners   of   promising   mining  claims in the vicinity of the proposed"  line  may  be able   to   secure capital  necessary for development   work.      It  is  the  intention  of the company to  leave   no  stone unturn.-d   which   will  provide traffic for the road.      It is anticipated  that the road will open up a  valuable mining district along'the west  fork of the Kettle river, as' there  are  rich deposits of gold, silver and copper  ores in all that district.  When the road is completed, the  agricultural districts around Vernon,  Kelowna and Mission Creek, will have  a direct and cheap means of taking  their products to market in the towns  of the Boundary creek country.  The road is independent of the C.  P. R. and Great Northern. The financial backing is understood to be fully  up to requirements, and will come  from British as well as American  sources.  McLean Bros., of Vancouver, who  are superintendents of construction,  anticipate that twenty miles at least of  the line will be completed this year,  and next year the entire line will be  put through until it reaches Vernon.  W. H. Covert, the veteran Kettle  Valley rancher, was a visitor here  Tuesday.  Paul Johnson, superintendent of the  Brown Alaska Co.'s smelter at Hadly,  Prince of Wales Island, near Ketchikan, Alaska, has been taking a trip  through the Similkameen country.  This week he has been in the Boun  dary and Kootenay.  BOUNDARY ORE TONNAGE.  lor 1900,  The following table gl��e�� the ore ahipnjcuts of BoundHrv mines  ' 1902 for 1903 for 1904, aud 1505, a* reported to the Phoeuix Pioneer���  ���  for 1901 lu- A  1'aKi  ���  1904  5-t9.7��3  19-5  157^5'  Wccfc  ���3.335  I  5.340     99.034    141,336   13S.079   174.29S     9S,i:6     3,16s  PHOENIX,   B. C.  ���5.73'  5.646  25.950  3 o;o  802  ���"550  150  7.455  1.759  4.5^  6,^00  '5��  l4.Su  560  S.53*-'  3 339  '9.305  19.494  47.405  650  22.937  '5.537  303  3<>4  0-6  1,040  7��  4S2  '435  2,250  S75  665  2,oco  3 so  2,iVhj  SVO  ciy  9V3  4UO  7i6  V  .67  1X5  3..4S0  .V-J  toil  aw  750  Mink. Cixr.        1900      1901        1902       1903  Granby Mines Phoeuix   64,553   231.762   309,85s   393,71"  i Snowshoe Phoeuix        297       1,731     20,Soo     7'.212  ��� B   C Copper Co.  y    Mother Lode Deadwood  Donuie Belle Deadwood  Montreal & Boston Con.  Brooklyii-Stemwiuder Phoenix         25.950     43.179  Kuwhide Phoenix           30:0     33 305  Sunset Deadwood     802       7.455     '5.73'        3,250 S55  Mouutuiu Rose Summit  Athelstan-Jackpot _ Welllllgtou  Dominion Copper Co.  JHrooklyn-Steuiwiudcrd'uip..Phoeuix  Morrison Deadwood  A II c. -Mine Summit  K. Bell Summit  Kiuuia Summit  Oro Denoro Summit  Senator Summit  lircy Hogle Summit  No. 37 Summit  Reliance Summit  4 Sulphur King Summit  A Winnipeg Wellington  T Colileu Crown Wellington  T KIiik Solomon W. Copper  ��� No. 7 Mine _ Central  City of Patis White's  Jewel Loiib Lake  , Oirn-.l Went Kork  y Providi-nce Providence  $ Klkhurn  Providence  w Skylark Skylurk  A I.astChunce Skylurk  A K. 1". V. Mine Skylaik  a Uuy Skylark  T Kuhy Boundary Halls  ��� Republic Boundary Falls  V Miscellaneous       S,?if  Total, tons    96,600   390,Soo   5uS.;l;6 6^.419   829,SoS  5.^.....^   if..,^  X Smelter treatment���  Orauby Co....    62.3S7   230,52s   312,140 1=1.921  B.C.CopperCo    __.       117.611    11S.600 102.913  Moutrjal & Boston Con..  >JJ57o  A Total reduced    62.3S9   34H 439   460.  2,4 _fi  1,333  33  150  30  I   O  35s  SN  ���J'5  33  ���  :���  ���  ���  5*0.23-1  ���"0.4A1  30,930  U.|,|...  7 1,433  lift  I!  Hi  * 1m  ���KXVW^TO^TOgnBilBHHS  stromas THE PHOENIX PIONBBR.
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Again there is talk of a new shuffle
in the Dominion cabinet, and once
again Senator Teippleman is' spoken of
for a portfolio. It is about time the
senator secured something.
Yellow Jack has obtained a foothold in New Orleans, his old stronghold, and is trying to work North. It
is tolerably certain, thank Heaven, that
he will never reach the Boundary.
Amy Minute—There is something
in a name: The tsar is liable lo go
RoaminofT into space any minute.—
Hamilton spectator.
May Rivai.'Butte—The Boundary
may yet rival Butte in the production
of ore and take the copper off British
Columbia.—Fernie Led^e.
No Comparison—With all its faults,
the Russian army can plume itself'on
the fact that as an utterly useless
branch of the national defense it
doesn't begin to compare with the
navy.—Toronto Star.
After The Money—A boston
newspaper has a strong editorial' in
in favor of annexation with Canada. ■
As Mr. Fielding has just announced
his $9,000,000 surplus, it rather looks
as though Uncle Sam was to marry us
foi our money.—Montreal Star.
The Chinese are retaliating with a
vengeance on Uncle Sam for the severe
enforcement of the exclusion act, and
merchants doing business in the Flowery Kingdom are feeling the effects of
the boycott, for it practically amounts
to such.
In its latest issue, the British Columbia Mining Record, of Victoria, devotes 24 pages to the recent visit of
the American Institute of Mining Engineers to this province and the Yukon.
It is profusely illustrated, and will be
valuable for reference.
. It is stated that the Spokane and B.
C. railway (Kettle Valley lines) has
actually started grading on its North
Fork extension to Franklin camp. Is
this a bluff to shut out the C.l'cR. and
Gt. Northern, which roads have also
made preliminary surveys up the Ncrth
Now that Fernie has had a second
disastrous fire, and the city; \ water
supply has been lound lacking once
more.lhe business men of that progressive town should stop dallying with
the question and compel the city council to proceed with the installation of
an adequate system. They have already paid pretty heavily for their experience.
The price of coal oil is likely to go
up in the State of Wisconsin. Gov.
Robert M. La Follette is reported to
have denounced the Standard Oil magnate and richest man in the world in
these words : "John D. Rockefeller
is the greatest criminal of the age."
But the astute John I), knows how to
even up things, and will likely chuckle
in his sleeve while doing it.
A burgler entered the house of a
country editor, the other night. After
a terrible struggle the editor succeeded
in robbing him.'
A correspondent having  described
the Ohio as a sickly stream, the editor
appended the remark:    "Thats soj it's
confined to its bed."
A Connecticut editor having been
elected fence viewer, calls on all who
have fences to be viewed to bring them
to his office under penalty of the law.
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"We have no room for all this," said
the night editor, glancing  despairingly
at a two  column  obituary," "it   must
be cut down to proper die-mentions."
A country editor cannot be as bold
and independent in his paper as his
city brother. He has to collect his
own subscriptions and almost everyone
in the country keeps a dog.
An editor who speaks with the air
of a man who has discovered a, new
fact by experience, says that the only
way to prevent bleeding of the nose is
to keep the nose out of other people's
The predicted rush to the terminal
of the Grand  Trunk Pacific did not
materialize this year.     The officials of
the road, who found Premier Mc Bride
too   much   for  them  last winter, will
make another effort to secure a  land
grant—notwithstanding Sen itor Tern-
pieman's assurance that the line would
be constructed through British Columbia without  it—at tbe  next   session,
When  they  find that  U»e gold brtek
game is growing old, they may get down
to business,   !
Popular aad Picturesque.
The only thing necessary to make
the Denver and Rio Grande the. most
popular, as it has ever been known the'
most pleasant and most picturesque
way to cross the continent, has" come
about. This is the establishment of
through sleeping car service.
In connection with the O.R. & N.a
through Pullman Standard Sleeper is
now run from Portland to Denver,
leaving Portland at 8.15 p.m., arriving
at Salt Lake at 8.40 a.m. the second
morning, leaving Salt Lake at 3.50 p.
m..and arriving at Denver 4.20 p m.
the following day. This schedule
gives passengers sev-iri hours stop over
in Salt Lake, affording an opportunity
to visit the Mormon capital as well as
a daylight ride through tin; grandest
scenery in the world.
For re.-ervations in this cir and for
illustrated booklets picturing the scenery contiguous to the Denver & Rio
Grande, proving it to be the ''Scenic
linu of the World," write to W. C. Mc-
Bride, Gener.il Agent, 124 Third street,
Permission to V., V. & E. .
Ottawa,. July 28.—The Cabinet having received satisfactory evidence that
there are physical difficulties against
the construction of the Vancouver,
Victoria & Eastern -railway entirely
within Canadian territory, permission,
was given today under authority of the
act of last _ session to divert the line
across the international boundary. The
first crossing will be made a few miles
west of Midway. The line will then
zigzag along the frontier of the American side seventy or eighty miles, and
then recross the boundary to the Canadian soil. Tlie exact distance between tbe two. points of crossing by air
line is about 45' miles, this being the
only diversion-authorized:-' The government having., passed an order-in-
council, it will now rest with the railway commission to approve the'route
of the railway.
Carping Critics arc Effectively
That the effective work the LeRoi
Mining Go. has, beeni and is still doing at its mine and nnelter has been
unfavorably, criticised is not surprising
when it is remembered vthat certain influences have, been, andiV.e, at work to
discredit Mri A. J. McMillan, the company's managing director and general
manager, .,-That-gentlemen, however,
continues.to attend tojjthe business of
putting the company in aisound finan
cial position and of developing tbe
mine at depth. /: The reply to the allegation that; he is "gutting" the mine-is
that he is^only shipping to,the smelter
pre that, can be mined and treated at a
profit. -. His carping' critics .complain,
further because profits ;,that -are being
applied to development v at.;vdepth—'-
down: to 1,550,ft.-rrare not available
for distri bution among the stockholders.
They are indeed hard up for. proof of
Mr.- McMillan's alleged unsuitability
for :the important position he so successfully fills, ;when theyi. misrepresent
him;in,this;connection.        y    \
If there is one thing more than another required to ensure permanence
of the mining industry in this province,
it is: to ..prove that ore of, profitable
quality and in payable quantity occurs
at considerable depth. This Mr. McMillan and his competent officials are
doing, and doing it. thoroughly, yet
misrepresentation and abuse are indulged in. It is evident: that the old fable
of the man who was : blamed whether
he rode or carried the ass, still finds
application. Mr. McMillan,, however,
is not giving the faultfinders the , satisfaction of answering their complaints:
Like a_wise man lie is reserving the
rendering bf.liis account of his stewardship ,for.tbe next general meeting of
LeRoi. shareholders, who will judge
him by the gratifying results ^achieved,
and not bo criticism that is manifestly
unfair—B..C. Mining Record.
Kootenay Engineering W^rRs
•V-- NELSON, B. C.
Founders and Machinists. Repairing and Jobbing a Specialty.
Manufacturers for the Ckawfokd lAxmut Ropit Ajwiai. Tkamway Svstkm, Limitkd.
Winine and Mill Machinerv, Ore Cars, Buckets, Tankfl, rtiy   Iron anil BrasH Cwtiiig*.    a lanre ami ^inplet* stock
r    • 11 _-_.i—     Scrap Iron bouitht by the carload.
B. C. TRAVIS, Manager,
break- „ ._,—.-
cation.   Special attention given to mail ordeis
Office and Works,
Foot of Park Street.
O. Kox 403,
,    Nelson, B.
Aa Atlas for $1.00.
The Great Northern Railway has
issued an Atlas of 56 pages containing
up-tqrdate maps of Iowa, Wisconsin,
Minnesota, North and South Dakota.
Montana, Idaho, Washington, British
Columbia, Oregon, Kansas, Missouri,
Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, Alaska,
Hawaii, japan, Philippine Islands,
China, the United States and of the
World.        '
In addition to this the Atlas contains valuable statistical information
relative to the states named above, is
printed on the very best quality of
paper, shows the lines of the Great
Northern Railway, and is in every way
a commendable-work.
• ■■ 'I'his Atlas .will be distributed at the
actual cost of production and Will be
sent to any address upon receipt of
$1.00..'.....'Address, F. I. Whitney, Pas:
senger Traffic Manager, Great Northern Railway, St. Paul, Minn.
  . ._ . ' ' ' ^^^^^^^^^^gMa+^aa^^maMr^aB^^aaa+.^aMM»^Bm*^a> a^
There is-talk of an auto line between
Vernon and Kelowna.
Nelson's tax iate this year has been
fixed at 25>mills on the dollar.        -•
'   Senator Hewitt Bqstock's  residence
at Ducks has been destroyed by fire.
On arid after Get.'rst the County
Court of Kootenay will be divided into
two districts, ;East and West Kootenay.
President Pollen,.of the Kootenay
Central, says construction will be., continued for 150 miles south of Golden
to Brewer's. ■ —. ;
The C.P.R are putting in a scheme
for irrigating their lands'" at Wilnierj'
and have employed J~< T. Child, D. L.
S., of Calgary to carry out the work,;....
It is reported the C.P.R. is seeking
a new route: across British Columbia
to the coast. The present line from
Kicking Horse Pass westward makes
traffic difficult on account of the heavy
grades. -''■'.   -'-
Jahmes Johnstone; president of the
Nejson Agricultural association, has
presented A-silver cup valued at $roo
for [the district that makes the best
showing at the Nelson fall fair which
occurs on September 20, 21, 22.
farmers. Mechanics, Sportsman!
Tofteal a»d softeu the skin and remove grease
oil a»d rv>jt »i«4us, psiut and and earth, etc., use
tbe   "Master   Mecliinlc'a"  Tar Hasp.     Albert
Toiid soap a>. tftf»
Oliliasulihcd Irlsbaaa Will be at Demleion
Fair le New Wcstalaiter.
The officer who will be in charge of
H.-M. Iribh Guards band on their
forthcoming visit to the Dominion fair
at New Westminster will be Lieut.
Viscount de Vesci. The Viscount de
Vesci descends from the great baronial
family of de Vesci, which was in his-
torial eminence in the time of the early
kings, and had summons to parliament
as Barons de Vesci in 1264. The first
baronet was Sir Thomas Vesey who
was created a baronet of Ireland, September 28, 1698, but subsequently
taking holy orders was consecrated
bishop of Killahoe in 1711. Lieut.
Viscount de Vesci is the second son,
although heir presumptive, of Sir John
Robert William Vesey, who was lieutenant colonel of the Coldstream
Guards, nnd of the Honorable Artillery
company of London. The,Vesey
family have for a century and a hall
occupied important^on^iands ia Bri
tain's iarmy and navy.V/-
■...; i .
'-  The Illinois Central
Maintains unexcelled service from
the west to the east and south, making
close connections with trains of all
transcontiriehtal lines. Passengers are
given their choice of routes to Chicago, ;Louisville,'Memphis a.-'d New Orleans,' and; through these points to'the
fair..east;M'v -;:;';;i
Prospective travellers desiring information as to tlie lowest rates and best
routes' are invited to correspond with
the following Representatives: B. H.
Trumbull, Commercial Agent, 142
Third St., Portland Ore.; J. C. Lind-
si'ey, "'Tray'.'-Passenger Agent, 142
Third[\"St-., Portland, Or^.; Paul B.
Thompson, Passenger Agent, Coleman
Building, Seattle, Wash.
C P.R. Rates Is Portland Fair.
The-C.P.R..,have placed on sale at
Nelson, Rossland, and all stations on
Boundary section return tickets to
Portland at $23.75, good for 30 days.
Corresponding rates are made from all
Kootenay points. Tickets are good
via either Columbia river or Slocan
routes. Also good via Vancouver and
the superb new steamship, Princess
Victoria, to Seattle. For beith reservations and further particulars apply to
local agent or write to j. S. Carter, D.
P.A.'j Nelson  ':'■"'-"■
Canadian Pacific Railway Summer Excursion
""RatfS East.
The .Canadian Pacific Railway announce .low return rates to eastern
points account following conventions :
Imperial Council Mystic Shrine,
Niagara Falls, N.Y., $76.25; International Sunday School Convention, Toronto, $76.65; International Turnerfest,
Indianopohs, Ind., $67.65; National
Educational. Association, Asbury Park,
N.J., $85.35; Christian tndeavor Convention, Baltimore,'Maryland, $81.25;
American Institute of Instruction, Portland, Me;. $92.70; Annual Meeting B.
P.O.E., Buffalo, N.Y., $76.25. - All
tickets good for 60 days. For dates of
sale, particulars of routes, and berth
reservations, apply to local agents, or
write", J. S.' Carter, D.P.A.'. Nelson
B.C.      > '.-*•-■     •■ ■•■■■'
William Matheson, Prop.
Fvprvthimr WauTcarriage and other rigs
""'"'■" Delivered to any part of the city.
Entire Outfit New. and Up-to-date.    A share of the public
patronage solicited.     'Phone 37.
Q<4<<**^&*a<*****<aH&m*,r0*<a?#a0aQ-^^ \
P. Bur us & Co.
.■'...\f^eMle and Detail Heat Merchants.
: Markets at Nelsor., Kaslo,'Three' Forks, Sandon, Slocan City,
Silverton, New Denver, Ymir, Salmo, Rossland, Trail, Cascade,
Grand Forks, Greenwood, Midway, Eholt and Phoenix.
All orders receive prompt attention.
I Phoenix Beer
Made Horn the BEST MALT and PUREST
SPRING WATER, it is unexcelled for quality. Ask for PHOENIX BEER and insist
on having it
J. MUELLER, Proprietor.
Standard Avic. and Banner St.
• • • • '•-•-•-<
1 *
■t; s
Hotpua   Dauliaisv j.
L:..-t of Donations receivrtl twnre .luii.
lst, 1905,  to the 1'hoeiiijs  (iei^fral   Hos
pital :
Cash $10	
C»>i $ij	
Cash is	
iiook Case	
Bed Linen.4 Job ...
( aah $50	
Cuali $10	
Cush f 35	
^prliik ('ut	
Maple -*yrup	
<t,-..-- t
 J. 11. Macaulay
  A.*V. Berry
 A  K  II. Clark
..Hw txlal Lailtfa  Aid
 "-. « T. Bank
., Jas" McCreatli
uadiaii Kaud Drill Co.
 A. B   Hood
 — -.A t-rtt-ud,
Latest Mialof   Slock Ouulalivns.
We do the kind you've always been in
search oP—and doit right.
riilNKER'-ruieCo.,     - -PHOENIX, h.c
., ■•» piftloct Innovation.
.A distinct innovation will be inaugurated 'tins" season by the North'ern
Steamship Company, wh'ch operates
the magnificent steamships the "Northwest"-and "Northland" on the Great
Lakes and which sail between Duluth,
Chicago and Buffalo.'
Heretofore the service on these
boats has entirely been European plan
: ut. this year it has been arranged to
place in effect an American, plan service on both the "Northwest" and
"Northland.", I he first sailing of the
"Nbrthwest" from Duluth will be June
77th and the' "Northland". from Chicago June 24th.-
AmciiCHiiHoy   '	
hen H-ir 	
Black Tail  :.	
I B. C Cnpptr	
j Canadian Gold Kields	
1 Cariboo, Cmup McK (ex-div.)_..
! Center Star...	
Cruw'i Neat Pass Coal	
Denoro Mines- _'.	
Fairyiew _ :........'.
Kiaher Maideu ' ;...
(iiaut ....'...
Granby Cousolidated...	
International Coal—	
Jamb^.o ■■....■■■■■■■■■■	
Ttorii 1 ii^Tilory .^^-.....-»..;.'..'I....
Mountain Ltou_  ...
Montreal Sc Bovton. _..
Nortli Star, (U.K.).:.'.'. .•.;-'.
Fay lie	
Qullp ,
HX Eugene :	
Tom Tliumii	
War Kaglc Consolidated....;..-...:
Waterloo (A»s  Paid)	
White Bear... .':.i..._'.'. ....
$0 40
$7 00
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41 '
! Leave Orders at City
$ Clerk's Office.
t'ouiiiil»«l»ner lor takiiij; AlfldHvlu
Phofnix, li.
Hotel Balmoral ,,
Cor. Vlrat tc KuobHlll Aye.   I HOENIX, B. C.
A; F. and A.M.
R egular communication « p. n,     B.„
ond Thursday of each month
I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday Kvetllnr at Hardy n,(|.
VisltiiiK brcth'e'rti cordially invited.
Thos. Johnson, N. G.
Uko. K. Mkau, Kec.Sec'y.
A.S.Williamson, Per. Fin. 8ccy
and union Pacific
Announce Rate to Pori-
lana fair
From Spokane, $14.95 round trip;
good 30 days. ..'Party of .ten or more
on one ticket, $11.20, limit ■ 10 days.
Tickets on sale May 29 to October 15.
In addition occasion'1 daylight coach
excursions will be run at less than one
fare for round trip. Full partjeu ars at
O.  R. &..N. OKI'ICE,
We've the Short Line
Tlcktts 011 sals at all S. V. Mc N. Stations.
For further information aa to rates, time
trslus. equipment, etc.. addreas
OHO. J. MOHI.KK.Geiicra! Ageul,
Biveraide Ave.. ^i>okanr, WuhIi
Phoenix Shoe Shop.
..'''       All  Work (iuaranteeo.
Imported Goods.
" A pencil murk' hvrv'BJ&T
is a reiiiimlrr thatyourBiib-
■cription tu this piipyr >s
flow pant due, and tlitTpub-
ligher will appreciate, your
prompt, intention.       SHUT.
In the matter of the "Laud RegUtry Act/'and
in the uialter of the title to Lot 10,  Block   17.
Mbv>:6(), Old Ironsides Addition to the City of
I'llueliil.in the Proviuct-vf British "olutubia.
nuderVturray, belii|{certin5*'te of title uUmbcred
1478a lo the abot e liaredftaniculs, has been lost or
destroyed Slid application li„s been nisda to me
fur a duplicate tiiereof;
NOTltfU IS 11^ <«BV C.lVlfS that a duplieste
certificalcol title to the above IierediUtucnta will
be laaued.. at' the expiration ofoiic mouth fiom
date iHrreof unless In the mrmiliiue '.valid objec-
tiou tq the coiurarv is mude to me in writiuar.
; ■ I W. II. HDMONI/S,
(   '•> ?     District Kegistrar 61 Titlea.
Lend IKejislry   Office,   Kamloops, B. C. April
sS. igos.
mi    lioimiiioi
'A veil 11
Average Prlcet ol Copper.
—New York—
1004    1905
.l'J.410 15.05
15. !-'.-<
.12.0J3 15.011)
.12.2UH 15 26-i
12 25U
15 046
.12 \x2-2 14 (»I8
15 010
. 12.758 14.027
13 000
14 820
.12 270	
12 500
AllgllBl. ...
12 408
Oetoher .•;
.12 004	
13 117
I>ettember .
common-school education, thiit are tired 01
working for small watres. to qualify as salaried
ad writers or show-card writers through our
Instruction by mail. Prices low; terms easy: no
books to buy.   Send for circular, statin? where
?on saw this ad and which position you want.
Scranton. Pu.
And Boundary Minirig Journal
Is publisheci in,the heart of the greatest and most productive gold-copper camp in the Dominion  of Canada.
In five years more than 2,50Oj0po tons of ore have been mined and
smelted here, with a valuation of oyer $12,500,000. Aud the industry is
ouly iu its infancy.
The greatest mines of the Boundary are at Phoeuix—not one or five
miles distant, but iii front of, behind and beneath the Pioneer office. Consequently, from our vantage point we believe the Pioneer can give you the
best,, latest and most reliable news of the mines and smelters of the Boundary.
The   Pioneer  is   worth  $10   per  year—but  it;costs ouly  $2,   if the  coin comes with the order.     Make all orders
payable lo the , ,'   ..,.''..■•.'•
Pioneer Publishing Co.,
'%, W. S. WILLCOX, Manager,    y       > j. Phoenix, British Columbia
•:   ,>iV,-fiOH''
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.-.-■■?     r1 • TH8 PfflOSVXZ PXOHBSR.  Mother Goose In the Bounds rv.  He who wnuM land the bum must look  And Bee that bait is on the hook,  if not, the Hull will never bite.  Just so, the advertiser bright  Baits well his pointed line with brains,  And catchea "''big fish" for his pains.  The turtls iu��y"Ke rath���� slow,  Bat when he atari* he jKjin't let go.  The man who atarta to adverting  Will find the turtle system wim.  [7n'l��*a you mean to hold, don't snap���  A. "flyer" iaii't worth a'riip.  A foolish ass can lead a goose���  The blbiufcd thing never does cut loose,  Hut I��i;s behind in someone's tracks,  And wind* up in the market sacks.  Don't lie a goose���but be a seer  With an ad in the Phoenix Pioneer.  ��-���'  'V  THE OBSERVATORY  TlUNUS  TALKKD OS*   AT  llOMK AUD KLSKWMKKK  I  I  > ��.��> ��������������������� ������������������������ *������ ����������������������  Phocnix-  Greenwood  ':  Leave Phoenix  ���  Leave Greenwood     -3.30 p. an. J  Prompt Attention to Express and Freight.  CHurch Services  Tomor jfo w.  X  -A-*-*-?*^^^^  -I��  *r *r ar at gr _r  Jt JP JP J>  I Do You  u Want A Gopy?  M  M  M  M  M  M  M  M  There are a few copies left of the Midwinter-Number oi  tbe Pioneer. They were held for a special order, but were  never claimed, and will be disposed of to the first comers.  The issue contains 32 large pages and cover with nearl>  100 illustrations, thoroughly describing the large mines and  smelters of the Boundary. .  Just the thing fj send to friends far away,.telling them of  tbe Boundary and of Phoenix.  The Pioneer spent a thousand dollars in publishing this  number, but you can get them, while they last, at 25 cents  each.  ADDRESS, '  The Phoenix Pioneer,  ?RSS��i,!!SgK/���' '     phoenix, B. o.  i  A  n  n  &&$- J J, 3 3%���� �� ��� ��� ��� C-  MI.NEKAL AC!  Certificate of Improvements.  NO TICK.  "Stirlincliam Fractional" Mineral Claim, ajtuau  in thi Greenwood  Milling   l>i��ision  of Yalr  I>l trlcl. _ ,    _  Whcielocated:  In'Lottie F." camp, on < upper Creek. ........  TAKK NOTICK that '. Isaac II. I'allrlt. ����  aecut f..r Willimu Karu. y. 1'iee Miiiei'sCertiGcate  No laKMV.Geuri-eW. Kuinl.er,.er Vr��e Miner ��  Ctrtirjcmr .No. U'oVO. Julius -N ��r��li�� I, Kree  >iicr'. 'ertifioitc Nu. IS.*.''. Al.x-n.le-  Straclian, Flee Miuri'*  Certificate No \>li'  *ut1  James (�� Macaulav, l-rt-e Minn's Ccruacle Nu  i.8ov v, intend. >ixiy day* from the dale ncrtr.il.  t.. upiily to tlie Miliiiit, Keorded for a tcrlihcsle  ,' lmiirovcnieiits.fur mc purpose ol ubtaiiimtf a  Crontl C.raul oil tile alicvr claim  Ailu furllier take nonce that action, under .ec-  tloil 37, limit ly> c. lunul.c d b-furr- tile isauaui't  of such Certificate of Impr. vetueiit*  DaUJi I Ills lolh day of August. A.L>. 1��>4-  -.13' I. H. IIAI.I.KTT.  MINERAL ACT.  CaanricATB or Isi��aov����t��i��Ta.  NOTICK.  Summit, UiT0����a-, ii<-|ww��ll. Balsam motional, Cabot fractional and Mayfiowar Hrae-  tlonal Minaral claims, sltuala In the oraan-  wood atlu;llj Division of Yala District.  Wbara locatad���In HtisDuill camp.  iVk. Notlca that I, Is.ac H. llaHatt as agaut  for Douaald Molnnls, Kraa Mlnsr's <-���"!��'���  No; B74.W1; Oaorje W. Ruinbarjar. ��������  Miner's Cartlflcata Ko BH0M3; and Ihoinas  Kodarlek, Free Ulnar's Ortifteata No. Muwi,  Inland, sixty days trom tbadata n��ra;.f to ati-  i.ly 10 th�� Mining; Keuor.Hr for cartlflratas ol  ImptoTaniants, for lha purpo.a ol obtalium  �� rownO.antaforthaaboTaclalius.  And further taka notice thai action, und.i  ��ectlonI7,muat be commenced before tne issa  slice ol such Ceitificateaof Improeeuieata.  Dated llilsVSth dayor oaptaiubar. A. I). i*��4  -t��� 1. U. HALLKTT.  Spokane Falls  &  Northern Ry.  Thi- esiily nil raa.il route livtwffii puini-  .���H*l. wi-i-t anil ��iinli Hi Koealxmi, N��l-  !<ii.i. liriiiul Kink- mill i<t>|>ul>liv.  .IliilIVl i:ur�� run li��;iw��'i'ii >ix<lc��n��? ��!������  .Ne.'POII.  KHVKCTIVK MARCH  j   it.)  Leave . ..rn��t  10:00 a.m _ l'hoeuix }:ji* p.ui  0^5 a. m spokane u _.6-ni p   u.  .i.osa. 111 ���.Koa��laud 455 p.sv  v:>oa. in : ���N.   -���� *'-JS P- *  11:00a. m O'saad Forks _ jjoon.  7:00 a.m Eapublic 6jo p. as  Save  Time *il the time  3Y USING  JtSlNtRAL ACT.  Ccrtlfliiti *f .mprcvimanti.  NOTICE.  Pilot mineral claim situate lu thellreenwood  wining division of Yale district.  Where located���In Provtdeuce camp.  Take notice that I, Isaac II Hallett, as aa (ill  for Thomas Roderick. Kr(e Mluei'a Certlneate  No. 11(0401. and Jamra Marshall, Free Miners  Certificate No. Bgojjo, intend, alaty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Kacorder  for a Certificate of fmproveineute, for the pur-  poae of obtaining a Crown Ctant of the ���>>>��(  claim.  And further tak( notlc( lhat action, under  section j7, must be commenced before the ��su-  ance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dalad thla sjth day of January, A. D. lW-  T. H. HALLKTT.  COLUMBIAN COLLEGE.  P'onni'ed 1802���Incirponiteil 180.'!.  NEW WESTMINSTER. B.C.  To Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria.  Vancouver  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  St. Paul, Chicago,  AND ALL POINTS EAST.  Tkktt��   to Porriartd  Fair   and  rehirr.  $22.50  good -(or  30  days.  1'nliwe anil Tourist Sle��P��-ri, HitrtV'  Library Cnra, Motlern ilay Co��cho��, Dm  iiiK Can. Meals a L�� Carte.  Best Meals on Wheels.  Provides a Chriitian home for Html-  entH of hoth nexes nt snwlenite ratej.  Hbh a proimrntory class for junior stuil-  eiHR, tloinu graile |itihlic nchool worn.  Docs hiy.li iicliixil work, conferfi all hi||h  sehixil privikvi'F, nnil prepares for tearh-  era'examinatioim. TuarheH all limiiehft-  of a I'ructiiftl JtusiiifRH ('onrfe nnil kIvl-c  Diploma*, (jives n lihural cilucation in  its Collfgiato Coui-hu and in Ihe Ladies'  Course for M.E.L. nnd M.L.A. In University work, enn take students throti��h  tlie complete Arts Coiubi', and the du-  Kreu ol IJ.A. can be oblnilicd from Tor-  onfo Univui-Hjty, which tho colleue is in  lut atllliation.  ^ lror fuller information and terms write  Rov. W. J. Sipperell, B.A., B.D , Princi-  pftliorUey. J. p. Bowell, Baranr.  9 Fast Trains Daily 2  ��* HAST AND WKSr.  Kor rates nn.l folders and full information regarding trips call on or address  any a.'ent of the S. K. A N. Kailwav or  H. A. Jackson, H. B""*-   .  U.K. A P. A., c;.J',*.r,.A ������'i  Spokane,        701 W. KivenuU.  Wash. Spokane, w ���>  M. M. Stkpiibns, Ag��nt.  Phoenix, B. C.  \  ��� 9 ��  Jet*  SANITARIUM, Arrow Lake, BC  ������_ The mo��l perfecly apponiltdlCea il  ��� ���y.,. ��..nii iii  Ihe Wesl.wilh  a   com  "Xesv'sVen of".t .i-luc'udl��I Vulklsb    a.  RuMlaa.   Oiw ��� ���"��� y" rou,u,���   T'J 'Ur,,i"  C,tK;.ll  KMn.y. |,W.r and Sl.-.cl.  ���"'slorKUiniualln,.!! M��.tlUr.l..�� l~�� '����  Methodist:���Class irieetinK at 11 a.  m., Sunday School at:ui:3o p. m. even  service 7:30 p. m. Monday evening  .at 8 p.,m. Senior Christian Endeavor.  Tuesday evening '_%i 7:20 Junior  League, A cordial' invitation to all  these servises. ��� Rev.- C. Wellesley  Whit taker.  St. Andrews' Presbyterian Church,  Service tomorrow at 11 a. m. and  7:39:p..m. Sunday school and Bible  class jit-* 130 p. m. Kev. K. C. W,  MacColl, B. A., pastor. A cordial  welcome to all.  Catholic���:Church of Our . Lady of  'the -Good Counsel.���Divine Service  every.'2nd and 4th Sunday of each  month. Holy Mass, 10 a.m. Sunday  School, 2:30 p.m;, Vespers and Bene  diction, 7:30 ; p.m. ;��� Father J: A.  B6dard, O.M.I. Pastor;  AyalkaUaaFar  UU|Mar Uctsit.  Notice ia hetebv giv^n that I intend  to make application at the next meeting  of ilia board of lirenc��j t-diniiiisaionerH of  tlit City of Phoenix, for a license to sell  liquor al retail on tha:. premises known  |iii the Dominion House,- Old Irons dee  fcveiiue, Phoenix, B. C,  (Signed)  . H. A. Wright.  Dated at Phoenix, B...C. this 30th day of  .In ne, 1U06.  AN^DIAN  *?A.CIFIC  Portland  AND  Retvirn  30 Day Limin  Choice of Routes  All Rail via Sumas  or  S.S. Princess Victoria  Vaicouver to Seattle  Via Victoeia.  C'lrrespondin^ wte.s from all Koote  :iay points.  Through Sleeper  ARROWHEAD TO VANi OUER  Wednesday, Frjday, Sunday.  For rates, folders; and tickets apply  to local agents or to  A. \V. Haley, E.J.Covi.e,.  Agent, A.G.P.Agt.  Phoenix, B. C   Vancouver, B.C  J. S. Carter, D. P. A.  Nelson. B.C.  The Kamloops Standard says that  "Grand Forks will introduce a new  liquor license bylaw this week which  wil! provide for the absolution of saloon  licenses."  The question now arises whether  there will not be a greater rush than  ever before lor liquor licenses in Grand  Forks if the.city council really provides  for their "absolution." Of course,  however, abolition was inttnded.  '������s , '  The Moyie Leader asserts that ��  moral wave has struck the hotel  keepers of that0silver lead :town, and  wishes to know if the millennium is at  hand. As the Leader man is right on  theground, he should be able to diagnose the case pretty accurately.  It now develops that Edwin Mark-  ham, author of "The Man with the  Hoe," started in life as a sheep herder.  Thus the theory that all sheep herders  are crazy has been knocked "galley  west." However this may be, it is  quite evident that .the majority of those  living . this strenuous life, editors not  excepted, prefer to make the acquain  tance of the man with the "dough."  MS  It is reported that down in Midway  some of the doubting Thomases are  styling the Midway & Vernon railway  the Hot Air No. 2���with.apologies to  the original Hot Air line, built some  years ago between between Grand  Forks and. Republic. Thi1; original  line was opened, it will be femember-  ed, with a flourish of trumpets and a  special free excursion over the line,  the last five miles of which were cover  ed in carriages and dead axe wagons.  Perhaps some of the Midway people  have an idea that tht present work is  all a bluff simply because a few teams  and scrapers only are yet at woik, but  there are those claiming to be in the  kno.v, who say the roa'd will be built  through to Vernon. ' And this is the  earnest wish of every one residing in  the Boundary.  are high grade' properties   within   the  limits of the city of Greenwood.  The Strnthmore and Barbara are developed properties and ready to ship.  The Strathmore is for its depth the  highest grade, mine in the camp, the  ore running from $100 to $400 to the  ton. Great things are expected from  this mine with development. There is  already, with shafts, tunnels and drifts,  seven hundred feel of work done.  The Fremonl lies between the Pio-  vidence and Strathmore and has both  the Providence and Strathmore leads,  and is in point of location the best in  the camp; the surface showings are rich  and foretell a great future. There is  275 feet of work done on tnis property.  The Barbaia hy.s the largest lead in  the camp and is developed to ihe 200  foot level. Drifts run at the three  levels have blocked out a .cosiderable  tonnage of ore.  The Chicago syndicate, which is  composed of a nu.nber.of leading citi  zens, including Ma> or Dunne, Hon.  George E. Foss, chairman of the naval  committee in congress; W. F. Porter,  of Marshall Field & Co.; Judge 1'ren-  deville, ex-Senator I Jail, John G. Mc  Pherson, Charles Winslow, member of  the board of trade, and A. B. Shaw,  director of the Drovers' Bank, have  agreed to set aside $25,000 for the development of the Strathmore and Fremont- and it;is expected that within  one year this consolidation will produce dividend paying mines.  THERICHffiPOOR  NEED PE-RU-NA.  Many Suffer With Catarrh  and Don't Know It.  The Phase of Catarrh Most  Prevalent in Summer is a  Run Down, Worn Out  Condition Known as  Systemic Catarrh.  \ B. C MINING j  ���   1  "Pe-ru-na Is the Medicine for  the Poor Man."-����^ a.Hughes.  CATARRH assumes diCerent phases  In different season- ol the year. In  the early summer systemic catarrh is  most prevalent.  That tired, worn-out feeling in nine  cases out of ten is due to a catarrhal  condition of the mucous membranes.   -;  Mr. Geo. A. Hughes, 808 Mass. Ave., Indianapolis, lad., writes;  "Peruna has done me more good than anything I have ever taken. /  am forty-five years old now, and feet as good as I did at twenty. I was  very thin and run down, but Peruna acted Just right in my case. J am a  carpenter and sometimes need a tonic Peruna is the medicine for a  poor man."Oeo. A. Hughes, y,  MINERAL  ACT.  ierUllcita al Isjarartaatits.  NOTICE.  ���Little CU��f" ' Minsral Claim, situate  lu   the  Mreauwocd atiulng Division of Vale District.  Where located:   Skylark cscap.  NOTICK IS HKKKBY GIVEN tli.t I, John  P.  McLeod. ss agent far William M. Hauua.Free  Mluers'Certificate No   B91J77, intend, siaty dsys  trom the dale hereof to apply the Mining Recorder lore Certificate ��f Improvements, for the  purpose af obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  And furlhei take notice that action, undri  aec  tlon ST. must be commenced before the issuaucc  ufaucu Certificate of Improvements.  Datei  this ith day of June, A.I). 1905.  f. r McLKOD.  ALL GOOD THINGS  must win upon their  merits. The International  Dictionary has won a  greater distinction upon  its merits and is in more  general use than any other  work of its kind in the  English language.  A. U. Bayce., U.D., D.D., of Oxford  I University, Kaigland, has recently Kitiil  I of it: It is indeed a marvelous work: It Ik  j difficult to conceive of a dictionary more  ��� exhaustive and complete. Kvorythlntr ia  1 In It���not only what wo might oxpeut to  I find In such a rrork, but also what few of  jus would ever Uavo thought of looking  I for.  A aupplsment to tbe new edition has  I brought it fully up to date. I have been  J looking through the latter with a feeling  I of astonishment at Its completeness, and  {the amount of labor that has. been put  I into it.  PR BE���"A T��st In Pronunciation," lu-1  latructTve  and entertniuliig  j for the whole family.   Also  I illustrated pamphlet.  JG.&0 MERRIAM CO., \pmSmaw.,  PitHLXSHSnt,  SpniNomtD, Mass.  umaniiiMimi   Speaking of building new railways,  we take the following from the last  issue of the Golden Star :  A local wag rushed into the Star dvn  yesterday and exclaimed: "1 say, S.ar,  I have some j;reat news for you!':  "What is it ?" queried the chief thinker.  ���'I was up to the Kootenay Central  construction camp today, and it is in-  de-d a busy place. Why, there's fourteen Douk hoboes, three wheel narrows,  and one shovel in active operation, and  the dirt is moving rapidly."  ***  The $80,000 fire which scorched  Fernie la:t week start-d in the Free  Press building, and that paper lost it.-  cnlire plant. Nevertheless, the papei  came out as usua.���a little disfigured,  but still in the ring. The paper war  fortunate in having an old p anl lyiiii  unuicd at Michel, which was immediately put into use, with characteristic  energy. Incidentally, it may be noted  that the generous Cranbrook newspaper men at once offered all possible  assistance to their burned out contemporary, a courtesy that was surely appreciated.  Speaking of newspaper fires, reminds  us that just sixteen years ago today the  $8,000,000 fire occurred in Spokane,  wiping out practically every business  concern in that then city of iS,ooo  pe-.'ple. At that time we were guiding  the destinies of the editorial end of the  Evening Chronicle of that city, and  that paper was cleaned out with othtr  concerns. The fire happened on a  Sunday, but the next evening, as usual,  the Chronicle appeared, and never  missed an issue. It was not the fault  of the Spokane. .Morning Review, however, that it did appear. That (taper  was owned by the Portland Oregonian  people, and had a complete printing  plant idle, having just installed a new  outfit. Yet, contrary to all usage in such  cases, the Chronicle was not permitted  to use theidle plant. Nevertheless, as  stated, the Chronicle came out, and  copies sold that evening as high as a  dollar apiece, containing a complete  account of the great fire. Its coming  out on time, even if printed on a  Washington hand press for a few days,  was largely due to the efforts of the  foreman, F. H. McCartcr, who afterwards founded the Grand Forks Miner,  now the Gazette.  MORE CHICAGO MEN  IN TKE BOUNDARY  To Spend $25,000 on Barbara,  Fremont and Strathmore.  An important Boundary mining deal  was reported constimated last week  when W. A. Robertson, of Chicago,  acting for the llarbara syndicate, arranged a contolidation of the Fremont,  Strathmore and Barbara mines. These  Oil has been struck in a well in the  city of Vancouver.  Placer niiningjs successfully carried  on at Hail Creek. Nelson!  Rossland's ore shipments last week  amounted to 3,415 tons, making io";,-  193 tons tons for  1905.  The Molly Hughes claim,' near New  Denver, has . been bonded by \V.  Bremner for German capitalists.  A very rich strike was reported some  time ago in the Mountain Con mine  near Smdon, and it is now said that  the owners have $100,000 worth of  ore ready, to ship.  Five carloads of ore, running $3000  in silver to the ton, have been shipped  from the Molly Gibson mine to the  Hall Mines smelter. The ore is from  the new strike which was recently reported.  Thanks to the efforts of W. A. Ga.1-,  liher, M.P., the dominion government  have arranged to have un expert investigation of the zinc resources ol  British Columbia and the best means  ol ntililizng'them.  The capital stock of the Britannia  Copp r Syndicate:, operating the Bri  ���ami a mines, Huwe Sound, is to In  ucreased from $625.c. 00'ii> $937,500.  md existing shares of a par va'ue o  $625 are to be divided into .sliai'.-s o  $312.50.  Some thirty edd claims have been  located, mainly by men in the Okanagan district, at the head of Seymour  Arm, on what is deemed to be one of  the most extensive mineral veins in the  country. The ore carries silver, copper, gold, lead and other metals.  An estimate made by G.O.Buchanan,  commissioner of the lead bounly.places  the amount paid for the fiscal year at  about $325,000. The amount treated  locally was about 16,000 tons, at $15  a ton bounty, earning $240,000. The  amount exported for treatment was  11,000 tons.  A proposition for a smeller will, in  the course of a few days, be presented  to the citizens of Princeton and vicinity for their sincere consideration, says  the Similkameen Star. It is proposed  to use coal, instead of coke, foi fuel,  in the Blanchard & Williams double  blast furnace.  The Crow's Ntst Pass Coal Company for six months ending June 30th,  mined 417,368 tons of coal, and during the same time manufactured 201,  399 tons of coke. The output would  have been considerably larger but for  the destruction by fire of the tipple at  Coal cieek. The new steel tipple is  being rapidly completed, and the engineer in charge promises to have it  running by August 15th.  A Congressman Uses Pe-ru-na In His  Family.  Hon. Thos. j. Henderson, Member of  Congress from Illinois,' and Lieutenant  in the Union Army ft r tight years,  writes from the :Lemon-building, Washington, D. C, as follows:      .    .  "Peruna has been used in my family  with the very best results and I take  pleasure In recommending your valuable remedy to my friends as a tonic  and an effective cure for catarrh."���  thos. J. Henderson.  Peruna cleanses the mucous membranes and cures the catarrh wherever  located.  There are no remedies for catarrh Jnat  as good as Peruna. Accept no aubati-  tutes.  A reward of $10,000 has been deposited  in the Market Exchange Bank, Columbus, Ohio, as a guarantee that the above  testimonials are genuino; that we hold  in our possession authentic letters certifying to tho same. During many years'  advertising we have never used, in part  or in whole, a single spurious testimonial.  Address Dr. Hartman, President of  The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,  Ohio. All correspondence held strictly  confidential.  Do You Want to Save $25 in Duty?  . .Then buy the. .  OLIVER  TYPEWRITER-  Made in Canada..  A Standard Visible Writer.  which (rives Perfect Work in tl eshortest  time with the greatest ease cf   peration.  Write Tor Calalogl  PIONEER PUB. CO., Agents. Phoon.i, B. C.  l-f liPI V fc"4       n AtliI HWY,JhI\.v'  mm  Bit Chief is Lively.  The liig Chief, a property at Christina lake, is creating some interest  now among local milling men, say a  Grand Forks cotresjxjtulent. It has  one of the largest mineral deposits in  Christina lake district. The mine is  located tight on the Canadian Pacific  railway, with which il is connected by  a sidetrack. It is also crown granted,  nearly one thousand dollars having  been expended in development work  There is every liklihood of a deal being  made for this property in the near future. It is owned by Colin Campbell,  the well known accountant of the  Boundary, and others.  The Most   Delightful Way To Cross The   Continent  1'nrough Salt Lake City, Ulenwood Springs, Leadville, Pueblo,  Colorado Springs and Denver.  A Daylight Ride Through Nature's Art Gallery  Passing Caatle Gate, Canon of The Grand, Tennessee Pass,  Marshal Pass ami the Royal Gorge.  7j Past Trains Daily Bet. Ogden and Denver 3  Equipment and Service Second to None  SEEK NO FURTHER, FOR BETTER CANT BE  FOUND.  For Detailed Information, addrepu  W. CMeBRIDE, General Agent. 124Third Street. PORTLAND, OREGON.  f) Gait Coal        Hay, Grain,  /o _���___���______ ���  ______________  delivered to any  part of  the city.  Oats, Whkat, Feed, etc.  Large stock.  <��        Good D*y Wood. <��  PALACE LIVERY STABLES  McINTYRE & McDONALD, Props.  Knob Hill Ave.,        ^S" Phoenix, B. C.  The in-w edition of the COPPKK HANDBOOK lint* and describes 3,311 cop-  pt'r inincH nnd copper mininc companies, in all parts of th�� world, covering tliu  U'lolii1, tlit'H.) description!) raiiiriiiK fiom two linen to 12pnireHin length, according to  importance of tlie mincf. The descriptions are not padded, hut givfl factB in the  most condensed and u'et-at-able form.  Tlicru iut-uls'i tii'tenn niiHcellancoUH chapters, devoted to the lliatorv, Uses,  Terminology, (icutrmphy, (ieolouy, Chemistry, Mincndujjy, Metallurgy, Finances  and Statistics of Copper, lenderinic the volume a veritahle encyclopedia of the subject of Copper and everything pertaining to the metal.  It Is the World's Standard Reference Book on Copier  Kveiv Miner, Prospector, Investor, Banker, and Broker needs the book. Price  ia$5,iu Buckram binding with gilt top, or f7.<K> in full library morrocco, and the  book in either binding, will bo sent, fullv prepaid, on approval, toanv addre*a in  the ��orI>1, in be paid fur if fimud satisfactory, or may returned within a Heekol 'o.  cuiptaud the charge   cancelled.    Address the Author and Publisher,  HORACE 1. STEVENS, 36 Pott Office Bloos, Houghton,  Mich., U. S. K.  ���i-'-,?4i��$i  lists  '���IfIIP  1 mi  11  ���1*1  SJC  if  s^ir-iiiiaimmiMmimLiwiMl^BWlllLW.qBetlB ��� tor  ���w*  ** ' c  *1*  it" J  " Silt  t'r  ?i-Y  .Wt  iN  ��*fl  '-II'51  fefi  Pi  Hi"  *'  IBI  if.  ���E-"  ���  I  *v-:,  {t ���  i ii  6  'Hw  m  ��  ����"���  THB PHOENEK PIONEER.  Leading Hotel of Boundary's Leading  Mining Camp  Hotel Balmoral  Comer Knob Hill Ave., ana First St.,  PHOENIX, B. C.  J. A. McMASTER  .New and Up-to-date,  Centrally Located,  Good Sample Rooms.  J*  Proprietor.  I. E. McAllister, superintendent of  the British Columbia Copper Co.'s  smelter, came up with the Louis W.  Hill party of Great Northern officials  on Thursday.  Duncan Ross, M.P., came in on  Saturday's train on the Great Northern, being accompanied by Mrs, Ross  and daughter, who have been visiting  her parents in Spokane while the member for Yale-Cariboo was attending to  affairs of state at Ottawa.  In and Around Phoenix  UR'EF  TOPICS  OK  LOCAL   AND   GENERAL  INTEREST  TO   PHOENICIANS.  .tmmmmmwMwmwm.  The old reliable, Boyle, the druggist.  Dey, the Jeweler, guarantees all  repairs.  Quality first, price next; Boyle,'the  druggist.  Dey, the Jeweler for Enamelled  Souvenirs.  J. L. Martin will buy International  Coal shares.  Prescriptions our ^specialty, Boyle,  the druggist. r  Next Thursday will be monthly payday in camp.  The Brooklyn bunkhouse was reopened this week.  The' city fathers did not foregather  this week, as usual.- ' ���* ���  August io to 14, Dr. Mathison,  dentist, Bark block.  Miss M. E. Webb is opening dressmaking parlors in the Bank block, up  stairs.   "  For. prescriptions put up as the doctor orders, take them to the Thomas  Drug Co.  There are twelve people with the  "Fabio Romani" show, to be here  next Thursday.  For a change  the  Great  Northern  passenger train has been on timesev-  eral days this week.  \    Prescriptions quickly  and' carefully  freshest  drugs  by  ^compounded   from  Thomas Drug Co.  Several electrical storms this week  have put a number of telephones out  of business temporarily.  Just received, l'namelled Souvenir  Brooches, Hat Pins, Sash Pins, and  others.    G. E. Dey, the jeweler."  L. A.Campbell, who was-here on  Thursday, thinks the1 new power line  will be in operation in February.  Wedding invitations and announcements promptly executed in the latent  styles in tho Pioneer Job Department.  Phoenix Socialist League meets  Tuesdays, 7.30 p.m., Miners' Hall.  Readings from Socialist authors given.  Discussion invited. r  The homVo'f Mr.- and Mrs.'. O.' ,B.'  Smith, Jr., on Old Ironsides alvenue",  was gladdened Tuesday evening by the  arrival of a-little daughter. ":    . -  Don't' overlook the .fact'that the  Phoenix Pioneer makes a specialty' of  fine job work���the- kind - that you,,  mayhap, have been looking'for.  Contractor Fisher, for the Great  Northern, is doing some of the excavating for the Miners' Union opera ho.ise,  in order to get material to make the  necessary fill on'School street.' ���  During the month of July,. Wm.  Delahay, customs collector at Phoenix,  admitted imports to the value of  $3,761. Free, goods amounted to  $1,469, and $841.18. was collected in  duty.  Albert Watson, a Granby employee,  has been granted a fall mining course  diploma by the International Correspondence School of Mines, having successfully passed the final examination  in mining engineering.  City Assessor Matheson th/s week  mailed notices to all taxpayers o.vnirig  realty in the city of Phoenix. A liberal discount.is allowed if the taxes are  paid on or before September 25, 1905.  The rate for this year, is twenty-two  mills.  Last week Friday the expert bowlers  of Dominion avenue defeated ihe  Bank block quartette, by 160 points.  The game continues to have attractions for a large-number,' and I,ouis L.  pevoin>still holds the -best individual  score of:233. ': ��� ;������...-y-:   .....'.  Oscar W. Bqwen, engineer of maintenance of right of way for the Great  Northern,* at" Spokane, was here Mon-.  day with Engineer Hastie, of Grand  Forks, looking after the completion of  the work to be done by the company,  on the city's streets.1       y'      "'y   .������'  At Monday's meeting -of the Phoenix Trades and Labor Council the following Labor Day committees were  appointed: Programme: John Mc-  Innis, I). L. Mclotominey und V. Ingram.' Arrangements: Albert Watson,  F. A. Hagan.'A. F, Berry, "W: Rogers  and A. S. Thurber. The.programme  will be announced next week.  Elliott, Woodard & Logue, who have  a contract for clearing 12 miles on the  new  electric   power  line, 'have about  Bovle is the druggist.  Souvenir Jewelry at.Dey's.  *, ''  Old    newspapers    for    sale   at   the  P o.-ieer office.  Dr. Simmons, dentist, Balmoral  hotel August 9 to 12.-      ''    -  The best is the cheapest���especially  in drugs of all kinds. See the Thomas  Drug Co.      .  ���  If you wish your'friends in tbe east  to know what is going on in the Boun  dary, just-send them the Pioneer for a  year, and you   will   completely  cover  the ground.  For the first time since the station  was huilt.'.lightning caused a short circuit in the Cascade electrical sub-station here this week, hut the'incdriven-"  ience was of short duration.  Mrs. Campbell, who advertised to  give a moving picture show at the  Methodist church Monday evening,  left for other pastures before that, and  also left some unpaid bills behind her.  The church authorities, securing her  record, would not permit her to appear in the edifice.  SPECIAL LICENSE MEETINQ NOTICE.  NOTICK IS HERKBY GIVKN that a'apecial  meetinjr of the Uoard of J.'ceiise Commissioners  for the Boundary Creek License Distri-1 will be  held at the ,lio\eminent office, Midway, B.C.  oh Saturday, the 19th day of August, io?5, at 10 a.  111 , to consider the followinr applications -  .V. w License- E. M. Ken aud, Roadside Inn, 6  miles west of .Midway.  Transfers:" Charles II. Thomas to J.A.Bertois,  fr, in Cascade hotel to B C. hotel. Cascade.  Charles I.. Thomet to J. P. Black, Oakland  hotel, Midway. ,;  McPhersou & Wellwood, Quern's hotel, Uoun  d.iry Falls, lo Queen's hotel, Midway.  , D. J. DARKAUGH,  Chief J,icence Inspector.   .  THE  STRATHCONA  NELSON, B.C.  B. TOMKINS, Manager. .  The ltik{ Hotel oik Hootfnays  Special Rates to Commercial Men.'  Good Sample Rooms.  ������Fabio Romani" Next Thursday.  A' complete and most elaborate production of lhat magnificent dramatic-  success, "Fabio Romani" is, announced  for one pelfurmance at Miners' hall  on -Thursday evening, August 10th.  Seldom, if ever, has a play of this cali  bre achieved the remarkable success  that has been accorded thib remarkable  play, now in its fifth year and in'- the  very zenith of its popularity. .As a  dramatic -offering it is a classic,. possessing as it does a sublime story, a  plot of intense interest, while its characters are picturesque and human  throughout. It is a play for the  healthy minded,- intelligently inclined  audiences and appeals strongly.,to.  lovers of romantic literature.  "Fabio Romani," while being'generally ' accepted as one of the'record-  making triumphs of present theatrical  history, does not, however, deal with  events of modern; times,-but rather of-  the fifteenth century,-Ktid.is a-piotur-  esqudy cosfumed,and magnificently,  produced dramatization tof Marie -Cor-,  elli's widely' discussed^and extensively*'  read novel, "The'JVeri'd<itta." *''  The, company presenting this splendid play is a carefully selected one, be:  ing specially organized for a sixteen  month continuous * transcontinental  tour, at the termination of which, an  Australian trip js contemplated, negotiations for whicli are now i'n'active  progress, and it "is more than likely  that this saintr great uroductkin and  cast will be sent on a<tour of the principal An'ipodean cities, where "Fabio  Romani" has not yet been produced.  'Reserved seats a're on sale at   Tom  Brown's. ., ���.,,  Taken up For'TitBspflgs.'  One sorrel horse,- white faee. ,}>  white  feet.'branded 15.on left '-shoulder.    Will1  he soM SO days lYyiirydate. if not.  taken  away and expenses paid. :.    y.    ..  '      'A.   iV.McLKNNAN  Rock Creek, B. C., .iNily 4  lfi05/  am.  m  Application   for  ������������������>* *������������������ ��� ����> ������.  COMING AND GOING  ����������������������������������-  /.Are You doing East.  .��� On August 24 and 21; and September 16 and 1 7, the Canadian Pacific  railway will sell at Nelson, Rossland  and Trail 90 day round trip tickets to  Winnipeg, St. Paul, Duluth, Fort William for $52.50 and to Chicago $64.  Corresponding rates will be made from  all Kootenay points.  Through round trip tickets   will   h  sold on ihe same   dates to  Toronto.  Montreal,   and   all   points in Ontario.  Quebec,    Maritime    provinces,    New  35 men at work, and will, finish within I Vork and New England   sl?tes,   gooc  i  1  1  *  t  ������������������**���������������  G. L. Woodard took the Great  Northern to Rossland yesterday.  Miss Kate Noble went to Victoria  last Thursday, where her parents reside. ���������'  Frederic Ktffer, manager of the B.  C Copper Co., visited the Grant group,  hear Chesa-.v, last .week."  George C Hodge,' district superintendent for the B, C. Telephone Co.,  was in the city Tuesday.  Wm. J. Porter and Joe Taylor are  out on -a month's prospecting trip in  the Similkameen country.  Mrs.. Coryell, of Grand Forks, has  been spenrJing^a week with Mrs. W. J.  Porter, returning home yesterday.  J. Cuthbert Welch, foimerly superintendent, of the Boundary Falls smel-  ter,-,went ,down to Spokane last Wednesday.', .^s-- ..  ��� ' Alex Greig'went'to Portland this  week tbi-.yistt his auntV Later on he  will go to Vancouver und the Nicola  country.  .*."',       "���'   '  ' -Judge J. A". Forin, -'of- Nelson, was  here Thursday as a lay delegate to the  pro re nata meeting of Kootenay  Tresbytery.  J. C. Gwillim, professor of mining  at the Kingston School of Mines, spent  a couple of days in lire city this week,  on a tour of the Boundary.  Rev. Thos. Green, B.A., formerly  pastor of the Phoenix Methodist  church, has been spending the summer on >a trip through England.  Joseph S^-Caher, of Nelson, C.P.R.  travelling passenger agent, was in the  city yesterday and stated that his company is ^ecuring its share of the Portland fair traffic.    "  Thomas Finnigan and wife, after a  residence of four years in Phoenix, removed to Midway this week, where  Mr. Finnigan will, have charge of the  branch :of5P/ilurn's & Co.  John McRae; Mrs.. McRae,   Alex.  McRae, Mrs. Oxley and Thomas Ox  ley formed  a   party   that went to the  North    Fork    Wednesday   on   a  two  weeks' camping and fishing trip.  Thomas Draper, the hustling representative of the Nelson Daily News, is  spending a few days in camp. Francis  [. Deane, the proprietor of that enter  prising paper, was also in the Boundary this week.:,,  George Cattnach, formerly a shift-  boss at the Granby mines, who has  been in Arizona and other southern  districas for nearly a year, arrived in  camp this .week and has been renewing old acquaintances.  Transfer  ' Licenae:  oi   Retail  Liquor  NOTICE .is hfri'hy tjiven that T;iiiteiid  toaDplv to tlie Bmiid of  l.iiwise  C6111-  mi*Mont*rt< of  the   CYirpoiutioii   of  the  Citv ot Phoenix, J5..C., ��t the next u,U'et:  iiu" thereof, for a transfer uf the  license  to tell   liquor at retail, now held by me  lor the Brooklvn hotel, to fuuik Ander  >on, of the Maple" L��af hotel, Old   Irun-  sideH avenue, Phoenix, B O.      ���-+'������'  Phoenix, B. C, -luly 15lli,.lH03.       . .-  (Sinned)  ���-<      K. P. *iie.V;  Grand Hold  Corner Howard and Main.S.?  SPOKANE.  tMK  Stationers,    Newsdealers,  j        Tcbacipnis^si;  .....-.'.j ���  Knob Hill Ave.,; ;:''PWnbc;;ft:B  T  We.Carry:- ^      ; ..-. i-.  ...i*'�� -.        .  .. ..  -The-fines.t. lin.e-of tinp^ir-  ���*���' :%���'���-!"'' "-'"'".��� " .���?..���.;.'.*.': i-J.  ted and   Doji esticyCigars,  I'obaicbs.i'Pipes'arid :^.nib-  ���-���.-":������:�����   ���-��� ,--"X/-*-J-"'-"-- ������<; ���',''������;/:>/?'  kers' Supplies"'. "      ^  The..LitjestV'siylcs jn S,ta'--;  ci> tionery for .every kiiid of use,'.'  /i\ with views of Phdeni.v.V^>V��-  lj|V     The   latest   Newspapers,  W -Magazines and^ Periodicals  (If "of all. kinds -^r-'"'  Souvenir, Postal Cards  almost endless .variety.y  GIVKy^ACAL;^  t  k  fa i  ���A!  AI  it*  ml  m  V Th^'Scnivenirv;;Idea   is   rapidly  '*�� growing in favor.No nicer memento  i; of a peasantvcyutmg can be tound  t i.than a pretty little emblem Brooch  "or stick pin. We haye all kinds, at  25 and 50 cts. each."iiJ:'  ft.  i;#^^;MW&?*^^  \\,  SI/  s��  .sin  iV/  ���^���-*-'��>.->  "^���'���'7*��--*'-~'**  Painter and  House   Decorator.  i Sign Writing on short'notice.  Phoenix People $B5ffi_��  generallv will find n home in Spokane h'  the Grand Hotel. Recently remodelled  :ind lefumii-lieil. Undei the umnae'e-.  ment of E. E. Plfair, late of Hotel Phair,  Nelson. B.C.  All British Columbia papers on., file5.'  Euiopeiiii plan. Kates 50 cents to $2,0Q,  per dav.    Kite litis meets all trains.'yy.  THE  LECKIE  BOOT  FOR  BOYS  A Dramatization of Marie  Core'li's    famous      novel  "The  Vendetta  Reserved seats now on  Brown's.  sale  at   Tom  . We make a great Boot for Boys  <��� "ritrong as a horse," as Ihe little,  chap would say'.   - .��--.  A;"hit btylish ��60���just as stylish  "as a. Boy would cure for. ,_ .  . Wli'en'aTirlother picks'tip otie of'  :our Boys'Boots she knows at a.  glitnee:that -sire has .struqk Jier  iileaPatlast.    .She'd be Hrillirig *to  '-.: :      ..... :-. - -!'.v.    '������  nav more mojiev than she'd  been  r '���. -   ' L-. . >. T<    5' > :- '..'j.-  paying for Eastern made .Boots,  but shed&n't have to. "  All reliable dealers have them.  .WHOLESALE BY;  J. IfOtlt CO LTD:  VANCOUVKH. D. c.  V-PliOiiNIX.'IJ. C.  ;���       ���'������"!'    'Y '  <   Y  ':'���'     Estimates promptly furnished  in%m0^aim0mi0^  Mkai Estate and Mines  I-T6uses to'.Rent.Gity PrO*^t>^for;Sale;'Shares in all the  a*' 7*'   ���-"���"v     ���       ���'.'���' V'1.- ���>.-,"   '�����. ^"   r,  -:���?*���;-.  ; Having,decided>td;$oSe duty -. ���''-,  ��� I my business in ;PhoenL\,I wi jl'.j-5 ���������,."  !seiljmy.;putire.stgc^  ,'.'���'.- ^'otj^NjiERv^it^^nJ^l^^  ���' v^^;Wafierf;'f^rtcy  Rings, 2 Bro6c3lcs^ ��f ihspfii  Chafiis,\ S^dlacles, "py��s  Glasses,  Cuff Ltnks,^  Gharms,} Brac^lc^  Lockets,    Studs,  ���;^/Pipes^t0:y;;Cfe  IsUrfd^i.NeiW ^Management  Thisi^BoSMf^Ie  aiid Goods? ti/h^M.  ^i' f.^J/C  -^;  Pomiiiion  I1905���September 27 to October 7-^-1905  Under the  auspices   of   the FLriyitf- ���  ���   ������  Agricultural aud Industrial, Society. ,  Westminster^ B. C. 1  Stupendous and "comprehensive, arrayof Ex-_^ ,. _,  hibits representing the resources of all Canada;     ����� ������-  Enlarged grounds, new, handsome   and spacious  buildings.   :   ���    ,. .-.-     ���       ��� ��� .-���     . ���_:.<". ���_������  New  !$1G0,000  WJaZsfo^^  Lower Town  Domln'iiii^Avs')  t��se����e����3����s^^  lic:R  u  t  Billiard #airIo^iV;  B  ow  Information   about   l'hoenix   and   the  Boundary country given on application.  Dominion- Ave.  Telephone No. 28.'  ���____  atm.pmmitmt  ^Phoenix, B. C.  ./;<i .'.-.���s.i.-.j-.  V.?Chish6lm^ Prop-  Jucled itf ^y-StsGfaSis shape. ., Choice'stftck of Irrigating . goods.  ���&fXi,   '       <';*?"'. .:5;.iv;v- ���'��� '������   '.'.'.���',.:..'.    -,'  ��� " '���'������  ]:\*-*i&.    Special attentiotl to dining  room.     I^xrge,   atry   and  ���' ''"-'^'^Yi-'f.x-r.&yya��yf Wnfxam&u;d roonis^v 5:^y-.;. ...:y >,...-y.y ,;-  a����k-  '*~~ .. jfust   received   direct   from  Scotland a large bhipm.ent of  "Pater Dawson's Scotch"  kvCfftj t-  s  Boumlarv Agents for 'TABKI' O.KLKBUA I'KJ'  IlKt'll  * Wholesale Dealer iii WHIM, liquors (iml Ciynis.  ���1.: --   lyitVutme orders r��!��Hrfeprbiiipt uttciiUon.' .  ���''���'���  ������i-."'-i'f��*:��i1a .���������.,..���.;-.���: i.i>i': ... ' '  ig Allans in  Bsst Bowlin  the DQundary hew; in-;  stalled and in- us^^v.  ���UrX  .'*:��;.ii<7  ,.;  . .*.  ��� \ : '.: -J.-  -.1"  '���������.''��� U'��..'  *!-'  -4i  '-  '��� '  r. h. karatofskt; P��^-  McHak   Bl>cl;  Knob   Hill Ave." ���'  ,.��  . -.���.,.-   - i.  iJA, .$:.  W*&��        1     The BEST,' Cheapest  and "mostsatisfactory,  ClothingTri"'Phoenix. .  ii^fXVl^iS^&i;S0L   H mid reds oi" 'j&tisfied  "  c'u.stomcrsi'- If you don't   believe  it' conic  If you don't  '     * ���'���,;.--Uit.V; and''exabfne-goods.    '-'' :;*".'.'.,,-���   ���'  ,A Fafl Liac ofun jerwear, Shirts, 5hoes,T/ies,etc.V  V.;    "-:;"���*'���''jiist-iVftWd.    A'll iiefr seasonable goods tut old'���  '��� ''^'���'���v-iaihy Cheaimcst prices.-; '     - ���  I^EHQIPAS BROWN,  Men's,.$Kear -Exclusively  <t>  11 t|{|)r-.McKl{N7.1K III k'.  DOMINION AV'K.. IMIOKNIK.  XF&ty  ��0&$SS  THE  U  DOMINION  AVENUE  the specified time. Their camp is now  at Hartford Junction, having been  moved- from Fourth of July creek.  They will move it again shortly to  Skylark camp, which will be the last  move.  on-all rail or lake-routes, at special ex  cursion rates.  For full particulars, first class, oi  tourist sleeper reservations, apply to J  S. Carter, D.P.A;, Nelson, or local  agent.  iVORUrS   CHAMPIONSHII'   IJVKN IS' 'in'' fciiwii.g   aiid Lacrosse,  Horse Racing, llroncho '-Busting,;' ,Military Parades and Exercises,,  ROYAL, IRISH GUARDS and other F.imotiv lU'lids! \'    "'  (GRAND WATER CARNIVAL-Parad*  of   Fra'Sar�� rivei rftsbing- fliet,  patrol boats, II.'M. war.^hips,: Thditlii'waf^canoesV'ete.-  'Indian Sports. .,  Eor all information write VV.H. kkARY.'Secretary aiid Manager,  iNew Westminster, B. C.  I  If Yotf-Want a nice .nobby, and up tn-iiiiie. Mi]t..yi 11; wil  .������'find a choice selection iu our line of men's st> lish c:V tliinji  "y"t?r s����itnir/\Vt: sell the kiiid i hat wear well add Ir'iok vvel  Men^s'Snirfe Yoii'witl'findit hard i.i'dii|.lic:i'e(.ui hand-  9!uu��.fliiie (if lnsn's.shirts, in golf  iind,,iiegligee   with   ftl-  .���.; tiM,hw��-nrn'iJ detached cuffs plain and pienled liosuuc!.  M.en.SvJfats"   A large^nssortment,   just   in,   of  those  s['iiiig.Jilu(;ks, in Mack aiid-Brown, also a   nice   mnjj  ��� h'<iawi����M]iT[iiien luts.  Men Si'SllOeS Our :li|ie'cif shoes is   complete, you   should  see theiiilit/ore purchasing.  C/ur patent call'disss   shoes  ���Boy^Swlils 'A ���new'lot of perfect''fitting"i  m '   pfee'e suits, stxl'fshi '     '";', .'../.  The  lid folks'  ?>��-'3't"4:iitttJi<'ftfb^ie.s;..\>:f(i^s,- I.adic' Shirts, Ladies* Col  ���������/���I'lMiTlitts'iShoevhadies} I -ineii Underweai, Children's  ��������   �������:.. -.-.,.   <4'��d>VlBhwVrr(^Se.S.     , l v  .tti.-ii-iM ,..ij,ir,lS..;i1nd IJoysL waists.   ;    ������--.*   ,.-. .  >��*i.A����-.-��^,t>v,-,��i;..-.r       ,_...���.a  ��>==^  f  WM(t^-T*<rt����^yj*��>*>V"V>*/-


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